Video Archive

You can browse and view some of our past virtual services on this page; or, if you prefer, you can view these and more recent services on our YouTube channel.

October 18

This year has seen the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and this (among so many) is a movement we need to acknowledge and celebrate.  The ideals of the ADA and the Disability Rights Movement have not been met, and this is a cause that many consider central.  Today we “Center” this conversation.
October 11, 2020

In the US, the second Monday in October is observed as Indigenous Peoples’ Day, a day that honors and celebrates the histories and cultures of Native/Indigenous People as an alternative to the historic “Columbus Day” in the US. Our guest Minister, Rev. Elder Diane Fisher offers reflections arising from her own experience as a First Nations Canadian. In her childhood, Diane lived on a Cree Nation Reserve in the far North of Canada, where her life and spirituality were formed and influenced by her own and many other grandmothers. Our worship will include wisdom from other indigenous people from around the world.
October 4, 2020

We honor the Jewish festival of Sukkot by reflecting on the perspective that living exposed to the world can give us.  Drawing on the ancient roots of the festival as well as its current observations, we focus on questions about what living “outside” may teach us about insecurity and survival, what observing our lives from a different/opposite perspective might show us, and what we might have to celebrate about the insights that emerge from this time.
September 27.2020
September 20, 2020
August 30, 2020

Pat Lamanna, Sharleen Leahey, Diane Doolittle, and Richard Mattocks present their original and historic songs to celebrate the history of women’s struggles and achievements, the women’s right to vote, and the importance of this year of UUtheVote. Pat an Sharleen have been performing together as the Herstorians since 2017. They have performed their show “Songs and Stories to Celebrate Woman’s Suffrage” for historical societies, libraries and women’s organizations throughout NY, NJ, VA, and PA. Pat and Richard are members of the UU Fellowship of Poughkeepsie, NY.
August 23, 2020

Beth Styles, producer, composer, founder of the New World Chorus (Stamford’s Interfaith Choir), and former Music Ministry Director of MCC New Haven presents a unique musical & meditative journey. Through the years, Beth has created several events that bring people together from many backgrounds. One such program is “The Shabbat Experience”, which focuses on giving all of us an opportunity to “pause”, and breathe in the light and allow ourselves to take in the blessings of all we accomplished over the course of the past week.